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(Figure: Costs of Oil Production) Refer to the figure. Assuming that price equals marginal cost, the profit of producing eight barrels of oil is:

 \$160. \$400 It cannot be determined from the information given. \$240. help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseMarginal Avorage \$50 30 15 Quantity (barrels of oil) fullscreen
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Total profit refers to the remaining total revenue of a firm after deducting all the costs.

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In the given information, the price of 8 barrels of oil is \$50, which is equal to the marginal costs of the firm and the average... help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseProfit = Total revenue – Total cost Total revenue = Pricex Quantity = 8x 50 = 400 Total cost = Average costx Price = 30x8 = 240 Profit = 400-240 =160 fullscreen

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